You currently can get bank details for receiving money in GBP, EUR, AUD, and USD. More currencies supported soon.
Use the right bank details when invoicing or requesting money. For example, use US details when invoicing a US client.
Whoever is paying you simply makes a local payment via their bank. So now you both avoid transaction fees.
Imagine you're a freelance designer living in Germany and you need to invoice a client in London for £2,000.
If you used a borderless account to get paid, you'd get up to €66.88 more than if you used your bank. In fact, we're 7X cheaper than the banks and 12X cheaper than PayPal.
We partnered with PCM to carry out this comparison — how much you'd get in EUR when invoicing with your German bank, PayPal, or a borderless account.
A borderless account lets you hold money in 27 currencies. But four — AUD, GBP, EUR, and USD — come with a little something extra.
When you activate those currencies, you get:
Use them for payment requests, on invoices, or when receiving money from online platforms like Amazon, Stripe, or Airbnb.
These currencies come with your very own bank details. Anyone can use these to pay you just like they'd pay a local.
Get your own Account Number and Sort Code.
Get your own SWIFT/BIC and IBAN details.
Get your own Routing (ABA) and Account Number.
Get your own BSB Code and Account Number.
You can hold and manage money in more than 40 currencies. This lets you avoid exchange rate movements and prep for future transfers.
You can use money in your Borderless account to send to any of the currencies on TransferWise.
United Arab Emirates Dirham
Hong Kong Dollar
South Korean Won
Sri Lankan Rupee
New Zealand Dollar
South African Rand